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BH5 Group Backs Alonso Ruizpalacios’ ‘Museum’

8 November 2014 3:23 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

BH5 Group, a burgeoning Mexican production-finance hub which co-produces Atom Egoyan’s upcoming “Remember,” has attached Alfonso Ruizpalacios, director of “Güeros,” one of the most notable feature debut of 2014, to direct “Museum.”

Written by Manuel Alcala, who originated the project, set up at BH5 Group and Detalle Films, part of the BH5 Group, and a step-up in scale for Ruizpalacios, the story of the extraordinary-but-true 1985 heist of 140 objects, some priceless, from Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology, will be pitched at Mexico’s Los Cabos Festival.

Kicking off next Wednesday, Los Cabos will also see Egoyan present “Remember” and BH5 Group showcase a third title, now in post, Katina Medina Mora’s “You’ll Know What To Do With Me.”

That spread is a sign of the range and large activity of BH5Group, an production-financing group of five production partners which produces and finances Mexican and international movies, TV and content. »

- John Hopewell

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Kenny’s Five Best and Worst Films of Fantasia 2014

13 August 2014 5:52 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Covering Fantasia for the first time was a hectic, enjoyable experience.  They give you a badge with your name on it and everything.  However, as for this year’s lineup, I have a little trouble being enthusiastic.  With some major exceptions like Guardians of Galaxy, not listed here only because it’s appearance at the Festival seemed more coincidental than prestigious, a lot of the hyped up releases played weakly.  Also, I’ve been no stranger to openly criticizing Fantasia audiences as a whole, more than willing to behave as sheep (or, in this case, cats) and applaud even the weakest of films due to a genre-note or laugh –however unintentional.  So I found respite in some of the quieter films, and maybe a few major ones. No matter; Here are five things that truly deserve to gain wider audiences.

The Top Five Films of Fantasia

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- Kenny Hedges

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Fantasia 2014: ‘Kite’ is juvenile and hyper-stylized without reason

19 July 2014 3:27 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Kite

Written by Brian Cox (no, not that one)

Directed by Ralph Ziman

USA/Mexico, 2014

Kite is hyperbolic in every sense imaginable. It’s hyper-stylized without reason, hyper-violent, and incredibly stupid. It’s also under-developed, though it masquerades having depth.

Sawa (India Eisley) is a teenage girl living in an unspecified post-apocalyptic city. Through opening text we’re told that the origins of the breakdown of society stem from a severe financial crisis, leaving the Numbers gang to roam the streets and profit on their sex trafficking of young girls. Sawa is driven by vengeance, as the leader of the Numbers, The Eram (played by the only actor who seems to be having fun in this film), murdered her parents. With help from her father’s ex-partner (Samuel L. Jackson playing… Samuel L. Jackson), she wreaks havoc on The Eram’s trade, killing low-level clientele and working scum. The gang »

- Kenny Hedges

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